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Adobe Acrobat Reader DC doesn't open the selected .pdf

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Feb 18, 2020

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When I double click on a .pdf file Adobe Acrobat Reader DC opens to the Home\Recent screen but does not actually open the selected .pdf. In order to open a .pdf file I have to go to File\Open and browse to the file I want to open every time. I am running Win 10 1803 on a VDI terminal. On a physical computer with the same OS and Reader software installed it works as it should. I have uninstalled and reinstalled several times with the same outcome every time.

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Comment markup and annotate, Crash or freeze, Download and install, Edit and convert PDFs, General troubleshooting, How to, PDF and browsers, PDF forms, PDF Pack, Security digital signatures and esignatures, Share or review PDFs, View PDF, Windows

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Adobe Acrobat Reader DC doesn't open the selected .pdf

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When I double click on a .pdf file Adobe Acrobat Reader DC opens to the Home\Recent screen but does not actually open the selected .pdf. In order to open a .pdf file I have to go to File\Open and browse to the file I want to open every time. I am running Win 10 1803 on a VDI terminal. On a physical computer with the same OS and Reader software installed it works as it should. I have uninstalled and reinstalled several times with the same outcome every time.

Any ideas?

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Comment markup and annotate, Crash or freeze, Download and install, Edit and convert PDFs, General troubleshooting, How to, PDF and browsers, PDF forms, PDF Pack, Security digital signatures and esignatures, Share or review PDFs, View PDF, Windows

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